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Faculty Advisor .
. Mrs. Bruce Bugbee
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lex Bacon
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barker
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Barton
Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Conrad
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Davis II
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Fox
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Goehring
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hesketh
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Law
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mason
Mr. and Mrs. Louis McClennan
Mr. and Mrs. Parker M. Morrell
Mr. and Mrs. Carr R. Purser
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Sheppard
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Maxwell Ule
Mr. and Mrs. George Upton, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Loring A. VerBryck
Mrs. Frederick E. Wagner
Dr. J. S. Waterman
Miss Dorothy Dains
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"Contrariwise . . . if it was
so, it might be; and if it
were so, it would be; but
it ain't. That's logic."
"How fast those Queens can run.'
"We had the best of education
— in fact, we went to school
Mile. Germaine Arosa
Prix d'excellence de diction et de
comedie, Paris; Middlebury College
School of French;
Sorbonne Summer School
Mrs. Mary Howe Baker
A.B. Vassar College
M.A. Radcliff College
Mile. Marie Baratte
B.S. Dumfermline H.S.,
M.A. Edinburgh University
Mrs. James Burns
A.B. Trinity College
M.A.T. Radcliff College
Mrs. Paul C. DeGavre
A.B. New Jersey College for Women
Mrs. Dorothy E. Brown
English, Physical Education
A.B. Smith College
Mrs. Bruce A. Bugbee
A.B. Bennington College
Mrs. Gerald D. Ferris
A.B. Smith College
M.A. Middlebury College
Miss Carolyn Goodwin
A.B., M.A. Smith College
Miss Isabel Hancock
Director of Admissions
A.B. Hollins College
M.A.T. Radcliff College
Mi$s Mildred A. Hatch
Director of Residence
A.B. Boston University
Miss Margaret G. Howland
A.B. Barnard College
M.A. Bryn Mawr
Miss Edith T. Jones
A.B. Middlebury College
Miss Marian McEnery
A.B. Wellesley College
M.A. Boston University
Miss Harriet E. McKee
A.B. Vassar College
M.A. Columbia University
Miss Dorothy Y. Judd
B.S. College of William and
M.A. Columbia University
M.A. Middlebury College
Miss Louise G. Lewis
A.B. Barnard College
M.A. Columbia University
Mrs. George E. McKinley
B.S. Boston University
Mrs. Bichard Michelini
A.B. Radcliffe College
Mrs. Richard Norwood
A.B. Wellesley College
Mrs. Hartford Powel, Jr.
Bachelor of Design
Harriet Sophie Newcomb
Mrs. David Pynchon
A.B. Miami University
University de Grenoble
Dr. Hans Sidon
A.B., B.D. University of
Ph.D. Southern Baptist
Miss Eleanor M. Tucker
Director of Studies
A.B., M.A. Smith College
Miss Olthje Christine
Drama and Speech
Royal Academy of
Dramatic Art, London
Study at University of Florence
and Old Vic Theatre, London
Mrs. Paul Werner
A.B. Bryn Mawr College
Mrs. John H. Sission
A.B. Vassar College
M.A. Wellesley College
Miss J. Pamela Tinker
B.S. Sheffield University
Diploma in Education
Diploma in Administration
University of Leeds
Front Row: Mrs. Henry E. Davies, Mrs. Dorothy Potter.
Back Row: Mrs. Malcom Sachse, Miss Louise Robinson, Mrs. Arthur Neumark, Mrs. Matt
Novak, Mrs. Caroline Eaton, Mrs. Arthur Quintal.
Missing: Mrs. Frank Brainerd, Mrs. Frank DiClemente, Mrs. Perry Wile, Mrs. John O'Neil,
Mrs. George Richards.
Mrs. J. Theodore Whitney
Mrs. Walter Greenall, Jr.
Miss Catherine Jane Sullivan, Alumnae Secretary
Miss Hope Coohdge, Dietician and House Superintendent
Mr. Gardner Sutton, Comptroller and Business Manager
Dr. Hans Sidon, Bible
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Mrs. Dorothy Brown, Miss Shirley Ritchie
Mrs. J. Kendrick Butler
Mrs. John E. Levo
Senior House Advisor
Mrs. Harold Bond, Sherman; Mrs. Mervin E.
Miss Yi-an Chang, Miss Gertrude Tingley, Mrs. Charles
Stahle, Mr. Raymond Coon. Missing: Miss Margot Warn-
er, Miss Gertrude Ehrhart.
Mrs. Lillian Ellis
Senior-Mid House Advisor
Miss Marian G. Perkins, R.N.; Dr. Charles H. Hollis, M.D.; Miss Julia Kathleen
"Well, this is grand! I never
expected I should be a Queen
LINDA ELIZABETH BACON
Smith Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut
1958-1961 "Bac", "Linney"
Madame President . . . the circle pin look . . . Sunday
visits from B.U. . . . "I'm good at climbing down lat-
tices . . ." "I'm the cleanest girl in the Senior Class."
A.C.A. Representative 2; Corridor Proctor 2; Vice Pres-
ident of Class 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Bazaar Committee
Chairman 3; President of Student Government 4;
"Afterthoughts" 3, 4; Fidelio 4; Sunday School Teach-
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13 Winter Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Hockey in the hall . . . fraternity parties at M.I.T. . . .
"pudor" ... "I adore cats" . . . "Why don't you come
New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Varsity Hockey 4.
MARGARET WILKESON BARTON
1806 National Avenue, Rockford, Illinois
1959-1961 "Barton", "Peggy"
The Olympic Walk . . . "My dear Miss Barton," . . .
"Suah, suah, you too dahlink" . . . "Red Wing and
Rockford have got to get together."
Bazaar Executive Committee 3; Social Committee 4;
Hockey Varsity 4.
JANE DEWEY BENEDICT
80 Bartlet Street, Andover, Massachusetts
1957-1961 "Dee", "Janie'
the curly red-
Inside information about P. A. .
headed faculty brat and loves it
. . . "Good grief".
Day Student Proctor 1, 2; Honorable Mention 1, 3;
Class Play 2; Numerals 2; Track Varsity 2, 3; New
Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; Soccer Sub- Varsity 2, 3; Year-
book Staff 4.
MARY ALMY BIDWELL
Route 7, Hicory Lane, Greenville, South Carolina
1958-1961 "Merle", "Molly"
Mad musician . . . the black tunic . . . encore at the
Commencement Recital ... "I always type my first
draft; I can't read my writing".
Choir 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Bazaar Committee
Chairman 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Class Song-
leader 3, 4; Chapel Proctor 4.
ANNE LUISE BUERGER
Old Sands Point Road, Sands Point, New York
That Seventeen look . . . Hamburger ... a hem before
the bell . . . "That's a definite statement!" . . . "It's
nothing to worry about."
Debating 3, 4; Corridor Proctor 3; Honor Roll 3, 4;
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; News Editor of Cyno-
sure 4; Treasurer of Class 4; Sunday School Teaching 4.
CAROLYN HALL BUTLER
98 Cheever Circle, Andover, Massachusetts
Capable and smiling . . . ready about, hard-a-lee . . .
"Don't panic" . . . "To those of you unfortunate enough
to be Griffins ..."
Treasurer of Class 1; Day Student Proctor 1; Honor
Roll 2; Numerals 2; "A" Society 3; Varsity Soccer 2,
3, 4; Varsity Tennis 2, 3; Sub- Varsity Basketball 3;
Captain of Gargoyles 4.
VIRGINIA BRIDGET CADBURY
Beaconwood, Rednal, near Birmingham, England
Babydolls and flowing lingerie . . . "He was a nice
chap" . . . "All my brothers are snowed, but not me"
. . . "Hi, Babs."
Fidelio 4; Choir 4; Corridor Proctor 4; Senior Parlor
Committee 4; Griffin Song Leader 4; Madrigals 4;
Varsity Hockey 4.
DEBORAH ANNE CARPENTER
15 West Street, Fair Haven, Vermont
The girl in the orange skirt . . . snow bunny from Ver-
mont . . . "Hurry up, Eileen" . . . Support the party
of your choice— save stamps."
Corridor Proctor 2, 3; Head Chapel Proctor 3; A. C. A.
Representative 3; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soft-
ball 2, 3; Numerals 3; "A" Society 4; Bazaar Commit-
tee Chairman 3; Captain of Griffins 4.
Hidden Meadow Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut
Mount Fuji ... "I want a MONSTROUS oatmeal" . . .
"Who's in the bathtub?" . . . "What's the French assign-
ment?" . . . "Crumbo."
Courant 3; Assistant Editor of Courant 4; W.U.S.
MARLENE BRENDA COHEN
374 South Street, Needham, Massachusetts
1958-1961 "Marlene", "Co"
That infamous alarm clock . . . the one behind the
scenes . . . the camera's eye . . . "Mink" coat for sale
. . . "Some day I'll wear it as a scarf."
Class Play 2; Debating 3; Commencement Play 3;
Yearbook Staff 4.
STEPHENIE JEAN DAVIS
Long Hill, Woodbridge, Connecticut
The bouncy tail . . . Judy's arm rest . . . "Who's got
the biggest ..."... "Most people dance on their
feet; I use my knees."
President of Class 1; Proctor 1; Class Play 1; A.C.A.
Representative 2; New Fidelio 2; Numerals 2; Varsity
Lacrosse 2; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; . . . Varsity
Soccer 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; "A" Society 3; Honor Roll 3;
Secretary of Student Government 4.
JUDY GORDON DRAPER
7715 Whitefield Place, La Jolla, California
1959-1961 "Drapes", "Judy"
Walk Tall . . . those wild summers . . . "Get your
mixer date here" . . . "Will you buy me a brownie
bar? . . . "Pardon my modesty."
Brooks Play 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Head
of Posture Week 3; New Fidelio 3; "Afterthoughts" 3,
4; Varsity Tennis 3, 4; Fidelio 4; Social Chairman 4;
DOROTHY MARGUERITE EASTON
51 Andover Street, Andover, Massachusetts
1957-1961 "Dossie", "Dottie"
Ceaseless verbosity . . . Bryn Mawr material . . . "Dear
one" . . . "Kiddies" . . . "You don't mean I had a class
Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Honorable Mention 2; Class Play
1, 2; Brooks Play 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3;
Debating 4; Fidelio 4; Yearbook Staff 4.
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CYNTHIA MARGARET EATON
2 Church Street, Relfast, Maine
1959-1961 "Cyn", "Cynnie"
Brown University . . . the Marlboro Girl . . . Maine
Beach Parties . . . "It's really casual" . . . "Now this
year we're going to have numbered red folders."
Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Courant 3; Business Manager
of Courant 4; Social Committee 4; President of Fidelio
PRISCILLA LINDSLEY EDSON
2121 Vermilion Road, Duluth, Minnesota
Dances better than she rides . . . "Mother always tells
me to wear a hat when I travel." . . . "But I always
sneak to the John, Miss Dains." . . . "Mrs. Levo, I
have a problem."
Commencement Play 3; Modern Dance Group 3, 4;
Fidelio 3, 4; Cohead of News 4.
ELIZABETH BREWSTER ELY
3020 Bronson Road, Fairfield, Connecticut
1959-1961 "Eli", "Beth"
Our cultured expatriate . . . "When you go, go by
boat" ... "I can play three songs already!" ... "I
got a letter today, Mrs. Potter, . . . a-ha" . . . "Who
took La Bamba?"
Varsity Fencing 3; Varsity Track 3; Cohead of News 4.
JULIA LEE ERICKSON
"Well, you know . . ." the last minute rush . . . the
Wheat Germ Kid . . . "Have a prune" ... "I just don't
Class Secretary 2; Class Play 2; Sub-Varsity Hockey 2,
3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Numerals 3; Varsity Lacrosse 3;
Courant 3; Honorable Mention 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Varsity
Hockey 4; President of A.C.A. 4.
DOROTHY ANNETTE EVANS
1713 Third Avenue, New Brighton, Pennsylvania ,
Scissors in one hand, stamps in the other . . . that
vitality . . . Rah, Pittsburgh Pirates! . . . "Oh, crumb!"
. . . "No kidding!"
Cheerleader 3, 4; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Debating
4; Head of Walks 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Sunday School
ANN CURRY FAHNESTOCK
Sycamore Lodge, Roslyn Harbor, Long Island, N. Y.
Untireless energy . . . That charge down the hockey
field . . . Little German Peasant Woman . . . those
homemade radios . . . "It's grubby."
Class Play 2; Varsity Track 2, 3; Commencement Play
3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Honorable Mention
2; Honor Roll 3; Feature Editor of Cynosure 3, 4;
Fidelio 3, 4; Chapel Proctor 4; Hockey Sub-Varsity 4.
MARTHA CARRUTH FARNSWORTH
Porter Road, Andover, Massachusetts
"No!" . . . Those portraits . . . the sketches in the
French book ... 40 m.p.h. drags . . . "Anyone have a
Chapel Proctor 2; Honor Roll 3; Honorable Mention 3;
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Yearbook Staff 4.
17 Appletree Lane, Andover, Massachusetts
1957-1961 "Foxie", "Sue"
All those bracelets . . . apple cheeked . . . that Alfred
E. Newman smile . . . "punk" . . . "He's dear."
Vice-President of Class 1; A.C.A. Representative 1;
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention 2; Fidelio 3,
4; Modern Dance Group 2; Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4;
Numerals 3; Class Play 2; Courant 3, 4; W.U.S. Repre-
sentative 2; Day Student Proctor 2; Day Student Dance
Committee 1, 2; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Day
Student Treasurer 4.
MARIANNE DEXTER HALE
3021 Golf View Drive, Vero Beach, Florida
Those Florida oranges . . . rushed lipstick job before
Spanish class . . . the Florida fish . . . "What's the
Spanish assignment?" . . . "Oh hello."
Corridor Proctor 3; Chapel Proctor 3; Debating 4;
Senior Parlor Committee 4.
MARTHA BRAYTON HARRIMAN
231 Chestnut Street, North Andover, Massachusetts
Nothing but sports . . . "Oobee-do" . . . "That's not
how you spell Marney" . . . "It wasn't my fault that
I lost two cylinders!"
Numerals 2; Day Student Proctor 3; "A" Society 3; "A"
Society President 4; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3;
Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Sub-Varsity
Soccer 2; Chapel Proctor 4; Senior Parlor Committee 4.
SUSAN BARBARA HILL
Forbes Lane, Andover, Massachusetts
"Love that Bach" . . . Shylock . . . study atmosphere
of music and smoke . . . "Poison Ivy" . . . "Let's have
Vice-President of Class 1; Class Song Leader 1, 2; Class
Play 2, 3; Day Student Proctor 1, 2; President of Class
3; Varsity Tennis 3; Executive Committee of Bazaar 3;
Secretary of Class 4; Debating 3, 4; Secretary of De-
bating 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 2, 3, 4; Sub-Varsity
MARGARET GRAY HODGES
106 Dover Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts
Our Organizer . . . that camp in the woods . . . "Hi-
lo!" . . . "Going West?" ... "I have an idea."
Class Secretary 1; Proctor 1; Honorable Mention 1;
Sunday School Teaching 1, 4; Class Vice-President 2;
Numerals 2; Class Play 2; Tennis Varsity 2, 3; "A"
Society 3; W.U.S. Committee 3; Class President 3;
Head of Bazaar 3; Honor Roll 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Hockey
Varsity 3, 4; Debating 4; Editor of Yearbook 4.
ELIZABETH WHITCOMB HOLLOWAY
14 Marshall Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut
The Ipana Smile . . . that guitar . . . those walks in
the rain at Exeter . . . "Good Morning!" . . . "Oh,
Class Treasure 2; Corridor Proctor 2; Chapel Proctor
2; Sunday School Teaching 2; Numerals 3; New Fidelio
3; Tennis Varsity 3; "Afterthoughts" 3, 4; Fidelio 4;
Vice-President of A.A.A. 4.
ELIZABETH AVERY HYDE
Stearns House, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.
Those P. A. teas ... so many books . . . "I'm not a
And I do not bleach
Secretary of Class 1; Class Play 1, 2; Honor Roll 1,
2, 3, 4; Numerals 2; "A" Society 3; Day Student Proc-
tor 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Tennis Varsity
3; Soccer Varsity 3, 4; Head of Day Students 4.
JUDITH VICTORIA JORDON
707 Thomas Street, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvinia
1959-1961 "Jordie", "Judy"
Poisoning pigeons in the park . . . dangling earrings
and a racoon coat . . . King-size Eloise . . . "Sprechen
Sub- Varsity Tennis 3; Honorable Mention 3; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; "After-
thoughts" 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 4; Honor Roll 4; Secre-
tary of A. A. A. 4; Sunday School Teaching 4.
EILEEN BRIDGET KEEGAN
27 Lincoln Street, Andover, Massachusetts
"I think I'm going to be sick." ... "I couldn't graduate
without playing soccer!" . . . "Dog is man's best friend."
. . . "I'm sorry, but I just couldn't do it."
Chapel Proctor 1, 2; Class Play 1, 2; New Fidelio 3;
Day Student Dance Committee 3; A.C.A. Representa-
tive 3; Fidelio 4; Numerals 4; Senior Parlor Comm. 4.
SARAH JANE KNIGHT
4115 Cote des Neiges Road, Montreal, P.Q., Canada
Tinky No-Ches ... a pat a day for Coronella . . .
"Ole" ... "I wore my contacts for 64 hours." . . . "Hi,
I'm a Senior!" . . . "Que mango!"
A.C.A. Representative 2; Corridor Proctor 2, 3; Varsity
Fencing 3; Vice-President of Class 3; Honorable Men-
tion 3, 4; President of Class 4; Fidelio 4..
1600 Oak Lane, Reading, Pennsylvania
That mad scribble ... no class for a mono-fin with
a gunther rig . . . "I'm going up to P.A." . . ."Didn't
I catch you here last month?" ... "I regret that I
had but three years to give Abbot."
Debating 2, 3, 4; Archery Varsity 2, 3; Class Play 2;
Honorable Mention 2, 3, 4; Numerals 4; Graduation
Dance Committee 4.
NINA SCHORR LEVIN
Crow Hill Road, Mt. Kisco, New York
Our struggling young actress . . . the perfect size 7
. . . walking barefoot in the corridor . . . the stereo
speakers . . . "If I'd read all my books, I'd be an
Class Play 2; Honorable Mention 2; Debating 2, 3, 4;
Brooks Play 3; Chairman of Senior Graduation Dance
MILLICENT LORING LOW
198 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset, Massachusetts
"Which way should I wear it today?" . . . "Let's go,
children." . . . "See you at the polls." . . . "You know,
this newspaper takes up all my time." . . . Choate.
Honorable Mention 2; Head of Riding 3; Treasurer of
Class 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Brooks Play
3; New Fidelio 3; Cynosure 3; Modern Dance Group 3,
4; Fidelio 4; Editor of Cynosure 4.
ANDREA MORGAN LYNCH
Columbus Hotel, Miami, Florida
Those 10:30 exercises . . . "Skating is a summer sport;
I like it." . . . "I've never done a map before." . . .
"Is this too tight in the hips?"
A.C.A. Representative 2; Corridor Proctor 2; W.U.S.
Representative 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Group 2, 3, 4;
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Choir 3, 4; Fidelio 3,
4; "Afterthoughts" 3, 4; Sub- Varsity Hockey 4; Numer-
als 4; Sunday School Teaching 4.
LINDA SCOTT LYNCH
Columbus Hotel, Miami, Florida
Those copious notes . . . the soaking sponge for make-
up .. . "I have three questions . . ." "I'm glad I'm a
four year girl."
Class Play 1; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Group 2,
3, 4; Honorable Mention 2; Dance Coach 3; Numerals
3; Sub-varsity Soccer 3; Fire Official 3; Fidelio 3, 4;
Choir 3, 4; Debating 4.
35B Forest Drive, Springfield, N. J.
President of the Common People . . . "Joan, I told you
they weren't synchronized!" ... "I feel so slender"
. . . "Next year Barton and I are going to get to work!"
Class Play 2; Corridor Proctor 2; Fire Marshall 2; Com-
mencement Play 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Senior Parlor
Committee 4; Fidelio 3, 4.
KARIN ANN MAGID
20 Morris Lane, Scarsdale, New York
1959-1961 "Karin, "Gidzit"
Turns for the tummy . . . Horses only twice a week
. . . Lover of Scarsdale . . . Principal objector to ma-
terialistic society . . . "But I think. . ."
Prom Committee 3; Head of Senior Parlor Committee
4; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3.
CAROLINE PAGE MARSHALL
918 West Sixth Street, Red Wing, Minnesota
"Iss verbotten-Ja!" . . . "And this was going to be a
Haitian Paradise" . . . "But Mrs. Baker, I like gooey
ink" . . . "Will you please be my P.O.?"
Proctor 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; New Fidelio
3; Fidelio 4; Vice-president of class 4; Social Commit-
tee 4; Graduation Dance Committee 4.
38 West Road, New Canaan, Connecticut
The new feature . . . "Seriously " . . . "But I'm
overweight" ... "I was just brushing up for college
boards" . . . "Oh, did you buy peanut butter?"
W.U.S. Representative 2; Corridor Proctor 2; Cheer-
leader 2, 3; Honorable Mention 2; Class Play 2, 3;
Courant 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Vice-President of Student
Phoenix Towers, Phoenix, Arizona
"Vote for Kennedy" . . . those horses . . . Ten minutes
after the bell . . . "I'm not really asleep" . . . "Some
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Prom Committee 3;
New Fidelio 3; Orchestra 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Year-
book 4; Fidelio 4.
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JANE ANN MORTON
South Road, Rye Beach, New Hampshire
1958-1961 "Mort", "Janie"
Songleader of the Common People ... "A waiter in
every port." ... "I take lights every night." . . . "Hey,
Purser, can you do something with my hair?"
Chapel Proctor 3; Representative of the Christian
Science Monitor 4; A.C.A. Representative 4.
TERRY ANN NAETZKER
4 Park Lane, Lakewood, New York
"Yum, yum, chopped Svastich!" . . . "Hey, Lor, you're
really cool!" . . . "Who wants to buy the Phillipian?"
. . . "Give me a casual Lilt, please."
New Fidelio 3; Modern Dance Group 3; Executive
Committee of Bazaar 3; Vice-President of A.C.A. 4;
CONSTANCE JOAN NASSIKAS
239 North Gate Road, Manchester, New Hampshire
That innocent smile . . . Never seen in her room . . .
"I want to help him." . . . "No one ever understands
me." . . . "I've given him up."
New Fidelio 2; A.C.A. Representative 2, 3; W.U.S.
Representative 2, 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Sunday School Teach-
ing 2, 4; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Fidelio 3, 4;
Debating 4; Chairman of W.U.S. 4.
SANDRA WHITE NICHOLSON
46 North Street, Grafton, Massachusetts
The original ninny ... "I hate hats!" . . . "Maybe I'll
wake up early and do it." . . . "I'm going to give $100
to Albert Schweitzer "
Corridor Proctor 2; Treasurer of Class 2; W.U.S. Repre-
sentative 2; Chapel Proctor 3; Honorable Mention 3;
Senior Parlor Committee 4; A.C.A. Representative 4.
CORDELIA FURNALD O'BRIEN
4 Sunset Rock Road, Andover, Massachusetts
Choral 1, 2, 3 . . . the barf-green V. W. . . . quand
, "If Miss Thompson says it, it's right."
Class Play 2; W.U.S. Representative 3; Bazaar Com-
mittee Chairman 3; Graduation Dance Committee 4;
Debating 4; Day Student Proctor 4.
BARBARA MARIA OSBORNE
32 Moon Hill Road, Lexington, Massachusetts
1958-1961 "Oz", "Barbie-
One peanut butter and jelly sandwich — 5 cents . . .
Barbara, please remove those stockings . . . "And
Buddha went to heaven" . . . "Do you allow free
enterprise at your school?"
Orchestra 2, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 4; Varsity Soccer 4.
JULIA MAGRUDER DOBIE OWEN
11 Crescent Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts
Dresden Doll . . . vegetarian at heart . . . the dance
on the roof . . . sounds of accordion music at 10:15
... 6 Saccharins in a cup of coffee.
President of Class 1; W.U.S. Representative 1, 2; Class
Play 1, 2; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; Numerals 2; Courant
3; "A" Society 3; Honorable Mention 3; Varsity Hockey
3, 4; Treasurer of A.A.A. 4; Sunday School Teaching 4.
106 Beaver Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania
1958-1961 "Paf-Fard", "Janie"
The straight hair . . . Mile. Lisstaire . . . "Go Bucs!"
. . . "Miss Logan, we just got here" .... "Did you say
you have two pecan pies?"
Class Play 2; Varsity Softball 2; Commencement Play
3; Numerals 3; Varsity Tennis 3; Fire Captain 3; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Fidelio
3, 4; Choir 3, 4; "Afterthoughts" 3,4; Cheerleader 3, 4;
Fidelio Librarian 4; Gargoyle Song Leader 4.
MARY TOD PERRY
118 Hazelcroft Avenue, New Castle, Pennsylvania
The maternal instinct . . . that Western Pennsylvania
accent . . . "So whadya want, a medal or something?"
. . . "There's no air in the room."
Sunday School Teaching 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Chapel Proctor
4; Graduation Dance Committee 4.
JUDITH STEEL PURSER
275 Riverside Avenue, Riverside, Connecticut
"Ah-so!" . . . "Someday I'm going to step on her" . . .
"Worm sits so erectly in church" . . . "Kitty, my child"
. . . "But, Miss Perkins, I couldn't find the basin."
Varsity Tennis 2, 3; Sub-Varsity Basketball 3; Honor
Roll 3; Honorable Mention 3; Bazaar Committee Chair-
man 3; Fidelio 3, 4; "Afterthoughts" 3, 4; Numerals 4;
Yearbook Staff 4.
HELEN PATTERSON REPPERT
Shingle House, Route 1, Ossining, New York
Her brother, Dan . . . "Good Morning, Miss Jette-
Ponsiby" . . . "But, Doss, you can't say that!" . . . "Of
course, we can't take care of everyone who comes out
Corridor Proctor 2; Fire Marshal 2; Class Play 2;
Brooks Play 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Madrigals 3,
4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Language Lab Proctor 3, 4;
Debating 3; President of Debating 4; Head of Sunday
School Teachers 4.
PHYLLIS ARLENE ROGDE
15 Foxcroft Road, Winchester, Massachusetts
1958-1961 "Phistle", "Phil"
The laugh . . . that packing box couch . . . "How
about that!" . . . "They have a sentimental value" . . .
"You spell it Rogde, not Rodge."
Corridor Proctor 2; Honorable Mention 2; Davis Hall
Marshal 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Cynosure
Advertising Editor 4.
SUSAN GALBREAITH ROTHWELL
Nonquitt, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts
1957-1961 "Roth", "Sue"
White anklets and oxfords on Saturday . . . That pale
pink fish net to cover those cardboard rollers . . . "My
vite vedgies" . . . "To Muffet, with love, Harriet M."
Treasurer of Class 1; A.C.A. Representative 1; Corridor
Proctor 2, 3; Numerals 2; President of Class 2; Varsity
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; Bazaar Commit-
tee Chairman 3; "A" Society 3; Sunday School Teach-
ing 3, 4; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; President of
ANNE DOYLE SAVAGE
23 Mowbray Avenue, Bay Shore, Long Island, N. Y.
President of the Good-To-The-Last-Butt Club . . .
poker-face . . . "Ill never have another cup of tea" . . .
Varsity Hockey 3; Varsity Tennis 3; Bazaar Committee
Chairman 3; Corridor Proctor 4; Graduation Dance
Committee 4; Head of Catholics 4; Sub-varsity
LINDA ANN SCOTT
86 Jacobus Avenue, Little Falls, New Jersey
Those "peany-boo" and "j" parties . . . blue ribbons for
those letters . . . "Anybody got some food?" . . . "Guess
who I got a letter from?"
Chapel Proctor 1; Griffin Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Social
Committee 1, 4; New Fidelio 2; Corridor Proctor 2, 3;
Choir 2, 3, 4; Davis Hall Marshal 3; Lacrosse Varsity
3; Head of Senior-Mid Talent Show 3; Fidelio 3, 4;
Head of "Afterthoughts" 3, 4; Numerals 4; Tennis
Sub- Varsity 4; School Song Leader 4.
MARY JANE SHEPPARD
Rox 33, APO 143, San Francisco, California
Correspondence courses . . . Christmas presents in
October ... "I hove to work" . . . komonos on the
Debating 4; Corridor Proctor 4; Student Forum 4;
Senior Parlor Committee 4; W.U.S. Representative 4.
JOAN HAMMOND SMITH
21 Arbor Street, Wenham, Massachusetts
Those graceful oxfords . . . our potential lawyer . . .
"Huzbell!" . . . "My great grandfather, my grand-
father, and my father all went to Harvard."
A.C.A. Representative 2; Class Play 2; Razaar Com-
mittee Chairman 3; Honor Roll 3; Honorable Mention
3; Debating 4; Fidelio 4; Graduation Dance Com-
SYBIL PROCTOR SMITH
203 South Willard Street, Burlington, Vermont
The red lanterns ... "I have the shower after dinner''
'May I borrow the French dictionary?"
'I wrote 76 letters this week."
Secretary of Class 3; New Fidelio 3; Treasurer of
A.C.A. 4; Fidelio 4.
JOAN BARBARA SPURGEON
35 Linwood Avenue, Newton, New Jersey
1958-1961 "Spurge", "Joanie"
Our equestrian . . . "Hey Spurge, may I have an
hystaderfield" . . . "He's really dear" . . . "At this point,
I really don't feel like doing much of anything."
Proctor 2, 4; Fire Patrol 2, 3; New Fidelio 3; Bazaar
Committee Chairman 3; Gargoyle Cheerleader 3; Fi-
delio 4; Senior Parlor Committee Chairman 4; Debat-
CAROLYN KRISTINA STAHLBRAND
Cross Road, Boxford, Massachusetts
Silver threads among the gold . . . those letters from
Mt. Hermon . . . "Judy, my dear mother" . . . "No, I'm
not an albino" . . . "You ninny."
Varsity Track 2; Secretary of Class 3; Corridor Proctor
3; Student Forum 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3;
Chairman of Davis Hall Marshals 3; Varsity Basket-
ball 3; Honorable Mention 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 4;
Yearbook Staff 4.
STEPHANIE LENOX STOUFFER
145 Shore Road, Old Greenwich, Connecticut
Dorothy & Gray, Inc. . . . principal supporter of Lanz
. . . "It's so divine" ... "Fairfield County went
A.C.A. Representative 2; Bazaar Committee Chairman
3; Yearbook Staff 4; Corridor Proctor 4; Debating 4;
Mirror Representative 4.
DOROTHY SPOTSWOOD STRINGFELLOW
5800 Huntly Road, Richmond, Virginia
Singing in the shower . . . those Chinese P.J.'s . . .
Spotty? Dotty? Hey Stringfellow! . . . "While you're up
. . ." "You wouldn't happen to have any food, would
Corridor Proctor 2; New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; Class
Play 2; Choir 3, 4; N. Y. Herald Tribune Representa-
ANN CLARK TEVEPAUGH
4212 Stuart Avenue, Richmond, Virginia
1959-1961 "Teve", "Annie"
That laugh . . . President of the Southern Club . . .
"That's offensive" . . . naivete . . . "Auresevoir."
New Fidelio 3; Razaar Committee Chairman 3; Honor
Roll 3; Head of Southerners 4; Fidelio 4; Secretary of
5 Loch Lane, Town of Rye, Port Chester, New York
"Are you wearing Old Spice?" ... "I always feel well
dressed in a towel" . . . "Subduer, do not leave me!"
. . . "Will you give me a letter of introduction?"
Varsity Track 2; Modern Dance Group 2; Vice-Presi-
dent of Class 2; Sub- Varsity Hockey 3; Executive Com-
mittee of Bazaar 3; Courant 3; Class Play 2; Com-
mencement Play 3; Treasurer of Class 3; Honor Roll
2, 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief of Courant 4; Varsity
Hockey 4; Honorable Mention 4.
MARY RANDOLPH UPTON
39 Fearing Road, Hingham, Massachusetts
Our Singer . . . "Hey, you guys" . . . "But I like Col-
gate" ... "I must do something creative" ... "I wore
my contacts seven hours today."
Chapel Proctor 3; Davis Hall Marshal 3; Corridor
Proctor 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Sunday
School Teaching 4; Language Lab Proctor 4; Senior
Parlor Committee 4.
ESTHER FIFE WANNING
Ulster Landing Road, Saugerties, New York
One pair of sneakers, dirt cheap . . . "My father teaches
thinking" . . . "But I adore Hockey!" . . . "Who put 56
bottles in my closet?"
Corridor Proctor 2, 3; W.U.S. Representative 2; Secre-
tary of Class 2; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Cyno-
sure Subscription Editor 4; Honorable Mention 4.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Seated: Sue Hill, Secretary; Miss Dains, Class Advisor; Sarah Knight, President.
Standing: Muffet Marshall, Vice-President; Ann Buerger, Treasurer.
"Curiouser and curiouser!
. . . Now Tm opening out
like the largest telescope
that ever was!"
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FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Sitting: H. Field, President; S. Allen,
Standing: J. Thurber, Treasurer; K.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
Sitting: S. Boynton, Vice-President; C.
Standing: B. Blake, Treasurer; A. Mac-
Front Roiv: N. Gillingham, K. Krakauer, M. Concemi, B. Crane.
Back Row: C. Laaff, L. Moriarty, M. Currier, K. Grant, M. Sweet.
Missing: G. Haselton.
FIRST FLOOR NEW WING
Front Row: S. Boynton, A. MacDougall, N. Elwell.
Second Row: A. Conrad, K. Krause, F. Muller, P. Lamed, S. Ketchum.
Back Row: S. Abbott, E. Thalang, A. Ripley, S. Farr.
FIRST FLOOR OLD WING
Front Row: J. Gilbert, H. Field, G. Whitehead.
Second Row: C. Kerr, M. Lyman, M. Noyes, P. Ware, C. Dow.
Back Row: A. Helfferieh, M. Wells, B. Bruns, L. Swanberg, E. Foster, M. Smith.
SECOND FLOOR OLD WING
Front Row: M. Osborne, C. Wilkerson.
Second Row: S. Niebling, C. Everett, C. Fisher, B. Bartlett, S. Mallory.
Third Row: B. Bradley, N. Hill, J. Thurber, C. Thomas, P. Gray.
Back Row: A. von der Heyde, E. Wood, P. Henry, J. Hesketh, M. Mason, K. Grant, C. Moore,
THIRD FLOOR OLD WING
Front Row: B. Brown, K. Cecil, V. Crane.
Second Row: E. Bohlen, M. Wepsala, S. Allen, A. Conrad, M. Hill.
Back Row: L. Learned, C- Matthews, J. Davidson, L. Getzman, B. Blake, D. Wheeler,
T. Corson, D. Stone.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
M. Power, Secretary-Treasurer; C.
Flint, President; D. Miller, Vice-
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
M. Power, Acting Secretary-Treasur-
er; L. Golden, President; B. Proske,
Missing: C. Holcombe, Secretary-
Front Row: D. Fitts, M. Brown, C. Bennett, S. Seeche.
Back Row: C. Haartz, S. Burton, H. Hayes, C. Flint, M. Kimball.
Missing: I. Vardavoulis, C. Kimball.
Front Row: M. Moore, C. Stern, E. Schock.
Second Row: A. Harris, S. Coolidge, K. Flack, C. Krippendorf, J. Goehring.
Back Roiv: C. Holcombe, F. Colby, C. Davidson, R. Eustace, A. Schenk, E. Cadbury, E.
Moulton, D. Miller, A. MacCready, N. Ware, S. Holbrook.
ABBEY HOUSE FIRST FLOOR
Front Row: L. Upton, B. Proske.
Back Row: L. Golden, A. deLeeuw, S. Archer, A. Miller.
ABBEY HOUSE SECOND FLOOR
Front Row: N. Sullivan, M. Johnson, W. Joline.
Back Row: E. Moulton, B. Hoffman, L. Stevenson, M. Fox, J. Reynolds, L. Fisher, J. Keziah.
ABBEY HOUSE THIRD FLOOR
Front Row: C. Humstone, A. Sample, D. Youngblood, M. Marshall.
Back Row: J. Gleason, L. Kase, H. Watson, M. Dean, L. Richardson.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Sitting: J. Proctor, President; J.
Standing: M. Comstock, Vice-Presi-
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
Sitting: B. Parson, President; E.
Standing: K. Reinhold, Secretary; N.
Front Row: J. Meyers, E. Laaff, L. Clark, N. Pointer.
Back Row: A. Anderson, D. Barraclough, J. Caffray, M. Amy, B. Parson, J. Foster, P. Roversi.
Front Row: S. Trafton, M. Comstock, J. Bass.
Second Row: N. Hopkins, K. Tones, S. Nickerson, M. Bateman, G. Law.
Back Row: C. Wells, S. Barker, E. Wood, J. Proctor, K. Reinhold, H. Helffcric, A. Holmes.
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all the running you can do to
keep in the same place."
Front Row: S. Knight, L. Erickson, S. Davis, L. Bacon, S. Matthews, S. Rothwell, E. Hyde.
Second Roiv: L. Golden, N. Hopkins, H. Field, B. Parsons, M. Comstock, S. Boynton, B.
Proske, C. Kerr.
Back Row: J. Proctor, S. Allen, C. Flint, D. Miller.
Front Row: A. Buerger, K. Krakauer, J. Goehring, N. Pointer, M. Brown, D. Youngblood, E.
Moulton, A. Holmes.
Second Row: J. Purser, M. Harriman, E. Wood, S. Stouffer, C. Abbott, M. Perry, J. Davison,
B. Crane, J. Butler.
Third Row: J. Draper, T. Naetzker, C. Marshall, S. Davis, S. Matthews, E. Holloway, S.
Fox, L. Low, C. Ule.
Fourth Row: M. Wells, J. Spurgeon, J. Reynolds, V. Cadbury, K. Stahlbrand, S. Trafton,
S. de Leeuw, R. Bartlett, S. Boynton, L. Corson.
Back Row: M. Bateman, L. Getzman, G. Whitehead, B. Parson, S. Allen, M. Sheppard, S.
Burton, C. Wilkerson, N. Hopkins.
S. Smith, Treasurer; A. Tevepaugh, Secretary; T. Naetzker, Vice-President; L.
Front Row: M. Dean, B. Blake, S. Smith, T. Naetzker, L. Erickson, A. Tevepaugh, J. Morton,
Second Row: N. Hopkins, M. Noyes, S. Nicholson, K. Flack, R. Bartlett, S. Coolidge.
Back Roto: M. Brown, L. Upton, P. Larned, M. Johnson.
Missing: P. Edson.
Front Row: K. Jones, C. Davidson, A. Lynch, C. Nassikas, Head of W.U.S. ; C. Kerr, E.
Wood, M. Sheppard.
Second Row: E. Keegan, E. Thalang, R. Eustace, K. Krakauer, K. Kaiser, M. Power.
Back Row: M. Wepsala, S. Archer, S. Trafton, E. Christelow.
Missing: J. Keziah, A. Harris, M. Amy, C. Kimball, B. Haselton.
Front Row: A. Lynch, B. Osborne, S. Allen, P. Reppert, V. Cadbury, J. Jordan, C. Thomas,
B. Bradley, L. Lynch.
Second Row: S. Stringfellow, C. Eaton, J. Paffard, M. Bidwell, L. Scott, S. Hill, M. Moore.
Back Row: B. Bruns, P. Ware, A. Ripley, K. Grant, A. von der Heyde, M. Wells.
Front Row: Mrs. Stahle, P. Reppert, B. Osborne, L. Barnes, S. Fox, S. Davis, A. Fahnestock,
S. Matthews, M. Osborne, C. Nassikas, S. Neibling, I. Quark, M. Wells, A. Lynch, L. Lynch,
L. Bacon, S. Smith, Miss Warner.
Second Row: J. Draper, N. Gillingham, B. Bruns, L. Low, E. Holloway, D. Stringfellow,
B. Brown, K. Wilkerson, A. Ripley, C. Matthews, D. Easton, P. Gray, A. von der Heyde, P.
Edson, M. Marshall.
Third Row: L. Getzman, J. Spurgeon, T. Naetzker, L. Scott, J. Paffard, C. Moore, M. Perry,
D. MacCorkle, J. Smith, C. A. Field, K. Grant, B. Bradley, C. Ule, D. Evans.
Back Row: G. Hodges, J. Gilbert, C. Fisher, V. Cadbury, J. Jordan, J. Purser, S. Rothwell, C.
Eaton, President; S. Knight, L. Erickson, S. Hill, E. Keegan, P. Ware, S. Allen, M. Bidwell,
Missing: J. Benedict, P. McClennen, A. Tevepaugh, C. Thomas.
Front Row: L. Lynch, P. Reppert, President; S. Hill, Secretary; A. Lynch.
Second Row: A. Sample, G. Hodges, M. Concemi, D. Evans, J. Spurgeon, G. Law, D.
MacCorkle, J. Shepperd, T. Corson, C. Nassikas.
Third Row: L. Golden, M. Power, M. Hale, S. Ketchum, M. Fox, C. O'Brien, M. Wepsala,
S. Stouffer, I. Quark, J. Davison, A. Beurger, M. Dean.
Back Roiv: M. Currier, N. Gillingham, A. Miller, J. Reynolds, H. Field, D. Easton, K.
Kopelman, J. Gilbert, W. Joline.
Missing: C. Barker, S. Coolidge, N. Elwell, K. Reinhold, A. Schenk, J. Smith, C. Wells.
Front Row: C. Eaton, E. Christelow, C. Ule, Editor-in-Chief; S. Fox, K. Krause.
Back Row: E. Wood, B. Crane, J. Owen, S. Boynton, A. Conrad, D. Fitts, C. Holcombe.
Front Row: J. Benedict, S. Stoufrer, J. Purser, G. Hodges, Editor-in-Chief; Mrs. Bugbee, D.
Evans, M. Cohen.
Back Row: D. Easton, K. Stahlbrand, M. Farnsworth. Missing: P. McClennen.
Front Row: A. Buerger, P. Rogde, L. Low, Editor-in-Chief; A. Fahnestock, E. Wanning.
Second Row: D. Wheeler, S. Ketchum, A. Miller, C. Fisher, S. de Leeuw, B. Blake, A. Harris,
Back Row: M. Brown, A. Sample, S. Farr, K. Grant, M. Power, L. Swanberg, A. Savage, A.
"People began running about in all di-
rections, tumbling up against each other . . .
the chief difficulty Alice found . . . was in
managing her flamingo."
J. Jordan, Secretary; S. Rothwell, President; J. Owen, Treasurer; E. Holloway, Vice-President.
Front Row: J. Owen, R. Hyde, S. Davis, C. Rutler.
Back Row: M. Harriman, President; G. Hodges, D. Carpenter,
C. Butler, Gargoyle; D. Carpenter, Griffin
MODERN DANCE GROUP
Front Row: N. Levin, L. Lynch, F. Colby, A. Lynch, D. Youngblood.
Second Row: B. Brans, L. Golden, A. Harris, A. Holmes, L. Low, E. Wood, I. Vardavoulis,
Back Row: C. Humstone, P. Edson, A. Savage, H. Hayes, B. Proske, C. Bennett, E. Cadbury,
L. Upton, L. Kase, M. Dean, E Wanning.
Debby Carpenter and Caesar
D. MacCorkle, P. Reppert,
L. Golden, C. Matthews,
B. Bruns, L. Scott
GRIFFIN FIRST TEAM TENNIS
A. Sample, B. Bohlen, D. Carpenter, L. Swanberg, S. Seeche.
GRIFFIN FIRST TEAM HOCKEY
Front Roiv: L. Erickson, J. Purser, C. Ule, Captain; V. Crane, P. Rogde.
Back Row: T. Corson, P. Barton, G. Cadbury, G. Hodges, R. Barnes, C. Holcombe.
GRIFFIN FIRST TEAM SOCCER
M. Brown, S. Farr, D. MacCorkle, K. Flack, M. Marshall, J. Benedict, Captain; E. Christelow,
B. Bradley, B. Osborne, L. Lynch, L. Colby.
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Cally Butler and Lister
A. MacCready, J. Davidson, D.
Evans, J. Spurgeon, J. Draper,
GARGOYLE FIRST TEAM TENNIS
Front Row: J. Draper, J. Jorden.
Back Row: K. Grant, W. Ware, C. Kerr.
GARGOYLE FIRST TEAM HOCKEY
Front Row: E. Ely, S. Rothwell, J. Paffard, Captain, A. Savage; E. Holloway.
Back Row: S. Holbrook, J. Owen, A. Lynch, C. Kimball, E. Wanning, S. Crane, A. Fahnestock.
GARGOYLE FIRST TEAM SOCCER
E. Hyde, A. von der Heyde, S. Fox, K. Grant, D. Evans, G. Whitehead, C. Butler, Captain,
M. Farnsworth; M. Sweet, M. Harriman, K. Krakauer, M. Osborne, S. Davis.
'O Oysters come and walk with us!"
The Walrus did beseech,
"If we can finish one last hour,
Our twenty points we'll reach.
We'll walk along old Morton Street,
And talk of days gone by,
Of plays, bazaars, and Intervale,
Our talent show and . . . (sigh)
The many picnics we have had,
With credit due to each;
A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk
Along the briny beach.
The time has come," the Walrus said,
"For donning robes of blue.
And down the shoot each girl has flung
Her one last saddle shoe."
'But wait a bit!" the Oyster cried,
"Before we have our chat,
For some of us are out of breath,
And all of us are fat!"
"No time for resting now," he said,
"For we have just begun.
Can you imagine! Time has flown!
Just think of what we've done . .
The Class of '61 moved in
To Abbot via Abbey,
Where on the third floor we were stuffed,
Content but rather shabby . . ."
The Walrus and his chubby friends
Walked on a mile or so,
Thinking of their Junior year,
How fast the time did go . . .
The year Miss Dains became our friend,
And "I" became a "We",
The times we trudged to study hall,
And French House came to be.
And then we moved to Draper Hall,
And took first S.A.T.'s.
We started college interviews,
Attending many teas.
And after mid-years we were thrilled
With lights till 10:15,
And into Boston we could go
Adorned with sweaters green.
And finally we received our rings,
And in the Parlor sat.
Our senior year was close at hand
Yes, we were sure of that.
And when September came around
For people now would look to us,
And we'd he there, we knew.
On Sunday afternoons we smoked,
And talked of many things,
Of extra weekends, and the prom,
And of our Boston flings.
The college panic had begun,
And we were scared to see
What college would accept a Sue,
A Jane, a Joan, or me.
And when at last we got our flag
Such pride to us it gave;
It took its place in Davis Hall
With other flags to wave.
'O Oysters," then the Walrus said,
"You've had a pleasant run.
Shall we be trotting home again?'
But answer came there none.
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We sing to Abbot for we know that we
Will ne'er forget your wisdom and your tenderness,
And we sing because we owe to thee
A love that tokens loyalty and faithfulness!
Oh, Abbot! Oh, Abbot!
To you we lift our banner high!
Oh, Abbot! Oh, Abbot!
For everyone in sixty-one
The Green will wave us onward!
Who did you pass on the road?'
the King went on, holding out his
hand . . . for some more hay."
THE BEST- KNOWN NAME
1 MEANS MORE THAN GLASS
Glass manufacturing was the New World's first industry. It started in
Jamestown in 1608, but so complicated are the problems of glass manufacture
that it was nearly 300 years before the industry could claim real success.
In 1883 the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company was organized. Sound
financial policy and, equally important, a practical and much-needed distribution
system made Pittsburgh the first commercially-successful plate glass producer
Today, its Glass Division operates seven glass plants, three fabricating
plants, and two specialty plants. A new plate glass plant is under construction and
plans are being completed for a new window glass plant. Its Fiber Glass Division
produces strand and superfine fiber. Its products include plate and window glass
and a wide range of processed and fabricated flat and bent glass products.
But the name "Pittsburgh" has grown to mean more than glass. Pittsburgh
paints and brushes rank among the best in their fields. The company also produces
an outstanding line of Selectron plastics. Pittsburgh chemical research carried on
through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Columbia-Southern Chemical Corporation,
has developed many new products and manufacturing processes.
Yes, the best-known name in glass also means .
Brushes, Chemicals, and Fiber Glass.
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY
As Usual The Unusual
THE COFFEE MILL
Breakfast - Luncheon • Supper
125 MAIN STREET
Jewelers — Opticians
First Class Shoe Repairing
15 BARNARD STREET
Across the street from the
Trading here you save with safety.
a full and complete
line of —
REVLON BEAUTY AIDS
CLEANING and TAILORING
7 Barnard Street
Andover — Mass.
Telephone Greenleaf 5-6492
Pick-up and Delivery Service
SMART & FLAGG, Inc.
Greenleaf 5-6161 MAIN STREET
FINE FOOD COCKTAIL LOUNGE
OFFICE SUPPLIES - FURNITURE
349 North Main Street
ANDOVER - MASS.
94 Main Street
Most Complete Line of
Telephone GReenleaf 5-5800
Tel. GR. 5-3151
"Your Local Specialists In Sports"
Rubber and Sporting Goods Store
581 Essex Street
404 SOUTH MAIN STREET — ROUTE 28
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HOUSE AND BARN
• COCKTAILS — LUNCHEONS — DINNERS — SPECIAL FUNCTIONS •
Telephone GR 5-1855
MARY ANN'S CARD
& YARN SHOP
Fine Yarns and Greeting Cards
Thirty-one Main Street
Andover — Massachusetts
Ande's Coiffures Reflect Quality
92 Main Street
Ladies ' Sportswear
5 Main Street - - - Andover, Mass.
YtXuNNEMAN and COMPANY, Inc.
MRS. DAVID L. DARLING, Mgr.
Office 66 Main Street
Essex Street Andover
GR. 6-1430 ANDOVER FL 2-2114
ALLEY NATIONAL BANK
Continuous Community Service since 1814
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
Best Wishes from
The Sealtest Foods Division of
NATIONAL DAIRY PRODUCTS
Lawrence -:- -:- Massachusetts
Congratulations to the
CLASS OF 1961
FORD'S COFFEE SHOP
Main Street — Andover
Where the Abbot girls meet
Phone: GR 5-1 136
28 Park Street
Opposite the Fire Station
We Pride Ourselves on Our
Scalp Treatments, Facials,
Hair Stylings and Permanents
LOOK PHOTO, INC.
Expert Shoe Repair
Opposite the Library
COLLEGE GIRL - HOUSEWIFE
CAREER GIRL -MATRON
We Can Fit You to
A Foundation Garment
That Will Enhance and
Trim Your Figure
THE DAME SHOP, INC.
40 Main Street
— Andover —
On The Campus
Catering To Parents
And Guests Of
J. P. EATON & WOLLASTON
BEEF, LAMB, PORK, VEAL and POULTRY
13-17 New Faneuil Hall Market
BOSTON 9, - - MASSACHUSETTS
Temple's Electric fir Radio Shop, Inc.
Records - Radios - TV - Stereo
Repairs On All Makes TV
Tel. GR 5-1 175
26 PARK ST.
tOBT. W. PHINNEY ANDOVER, MASS.
Sixty -one — begun,
Hard work and fun;
Sixty -one — done,
The race is run.
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LAWRENCE WHOLESALE DRUG CO.
JOHN H. GRECOE
Certified Repair Service
46 MAIN STREET
ANDOVER -:- -:- MASS.
357 North Main Street
'Where Drycleaning is an Art'
From The "Shear Magic"
To whom it may concern —
Do let us
Style and Beautify
or help with any
other Beauty Problem
NELL BATTS AGNES ARTHUR
Merrimack Valley's Leading
Family Department Store"
1 1 Main St. - ANDOVER, MASS.
309 Essex St. - LAWRENCE, MASS.
Telephone GR 5-6161
CLASS OF 1961
WRIGHT & DITSON
Girls' School and College
462 BOYLSTON STREET
Boston 16, Massachusetts
Fine Stationery and Engraving
GIFTS GREETINGS CARDS
S. S. PIERCE CO.
M. T. BIRD & CO.
39 West Street, Boston
1286 Beacon Street, Brookline
Home of Delicious Foods
CONGRATULATIONS To The Class of 1961
YOUR YEARBOOK LITHOGRAPHER
Portland Lithograph Company
252 Spring Street — Portland, Maine
Main Street Andover, Mass.
Morissey Taxi Service
Paul W. Collins, Prop.
32 Park Street
Telephone GR 5-3000
The Furniture Barn,
North Andover, Mass.
EARLY AMERICAN and
Also Distinctive Gifts for the Home
Style and Quality
Steak House, Inc.
A. C. Kostandin, Pres.
Private Dining Room
13 Main Street Andover
For All Occasions
ROUTES 125 and 133
NORTH ANDOVER, MASS.
Tel. MU 2-7732 - (Closed Mondays)
Mr. and Mrs.
Clothes and Accessories
of the Better Type
ANDOVER, LOWELL - MASS.
Kenneth P. Thompson
and School Supplies
For Every Student's Needs
Main Street ANDOVER
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF 1961
The Andover Shop
bailors ant) Jfurnisljcrs'
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES
"The great art
of riding . . .
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stahlbrand
THE DODGE ASSOCIATES, Inc.
Care of Trees and Shrubs
268 Main St. -WENHAM, MASS.
Telephone Hamilton 858
Reservation Rd. - ANDOVER, MASS.
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Telephone GReenleaf 5-0841
PHONE LAfayette 3-5600
TYLER & KEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FRUITS and PRODUCE
33 Faneuil Hall Market
BOSTON 9, MASSACHUSETTS
F. W. Woolworth Co.
Headquarters for School
and Office Supplies
46 Main Street
Your Host of the Highways—
LANDMARK FOR HUNGRY AMERICANS
"Its body is made of plum-pudding, its
wings of holly-leaves, and its head is a raisin
burning in [almond extract]." I
Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar M. Moore
Quoit (C) affiffUU
ARLINGTON - MASS.
The care of trees for
over 60 years.
— Large Tree Moving —
Spraying, Pruning, Fertilizing
STUPE 'N SQUIRT
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EUROPE in SUMMER
SENIOR CLASS TRIP
MEXICO . . .
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to be called an egg
Bride & Grimes
9 Franklin Street
Lawrence — Massachusetts
Abbott, Charlotte Mary— 3 Maple Street, Wilton, New Hampshire
Allen, Sally Elizabeth— 105 the Vineyard, Kenwood, Oneida, New York
Amy, Marietta Battles— 35 Elm Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Anderson, Ainslie Christine— Karlton Circle, Andover, Massachusetts
Archer, Susan Locke— St. Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire
Barker, Carol Anne— 2620 Woody Drive, Billings, Montana
Barraclough, Dale Susan— 8 Punchard Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts
Bartlett, Bebecca Ann— 3628 North Van Ness Boulevard, Fresno, California
Bateman, Melinda— Summitville, Ohio
Bennett, Cynthia Eversley— 43 Salem Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Blake, Charlotte Hayes— Stanwich Boad, Greenwich, Connecticut
Bohlen, Elizabeth Hazard— 324 Livingston Street, New Haven 11, Connecticut
Boynton, Susan Buth— 379 Main Street, Groveland, Massachusetts
Bradley, Brenda— Alden Street, Duxbury, Massachusetts
Brown, Beverly Joan— Box 28, Woodstock, Connecticut
Brown, Margaret Cadman— 138 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Bruns, Elizabeth Ann— Knollwood Farm, Fayetteville, New York
Burton, Suzanne— 66 Central Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Butler, Judith Goodrich— Mountain Boad, West Suffield, Connecticut
Cadbury, Elizabeth Anne— 117 Main Street, Farmington, Connecticut
Caffray, Janice Bose— 15 Lyman Boad, North Andover, Massachusetts
Cecil, Kitty Caulk-Box 1188, Easton, Maryland
Clark, Lee Meigs— 101 Holt Boad, Andover, Massachusetts
Colby, Felicity Isabelle— 137 College Street, Clinton, New York
Comstock, Mary Myrick— 1201 North James Street, Rome, New York
Concemi, Mary— 17 Cyr Drive, Lawrence, Massachusetts
Conrad, Joan Andree— 1308 Bluebell Avenue, Boulder, Colorado
Coolidge, Susan— Argilla Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts
Corson, Linda Robinson— 2013 Church Road, Flourtown, Pennsylvania
Crane, Bethiah Beale— 9 Abbot Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Crane, Valerie— Manchester Center, Vermont
Currier, Mary Louise— 61 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Davidson, Cynthia M.— West Lake Road, Skaneateles, New York
Davison, Judith Jean— 239 North Adams Street, Manchester, N.H.
Dean, Emilie (Mimi)— 42 Atlantic Avenue, Cohasset, Massachusetts
de Leeuw, Alexandra L.— Deer Park, Greenwich, Connecticut
Dow, Carolyn Louise— Waldingfield Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts
Elwell, Nancy Lyon— 1381 Roosevelt Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York
Eustace, Rosemary— Zacatlan #8 Colonia "La Paz" Puebla, Mexico
Everett, Cynthia— 162 Center Street, Concord, New Hampshire
Farr, Sherrill Ann— North Main Street, Bradford, Vermont
Field, Carol Anne— 280 Rumstick Point, Barrington, Bhode Island
Field, Hilary Dean— 19 Fox Hill Lane, Darien, Connecticut
Fisher, Christine-Ellen— Fisher Governor Co., 205 South Center Street, Marshall-
Fisher, Lorna May— Ponus Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut
Fitts, Deborah W.— Hidden Field, Andover, Massachusetts
Flack, Sonya Karen— Wilderness Road, Tryon, North Carolina
Flint, Charlotte E.— Brooks School, North Andover, Massachusetts
Foster, Edna Ruth— "Pine Hollow," 10 Cherry Street, Wenham, Massachusetts
Foster, Jo-Anwyl— 4 Dumbarton Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Fox, Marie Elizabeth— Powder Point Avenue, Duxbury, Massachusetts
Getzman, Louise— Box 28, Longville, Minnesota
Gilbert, Julie Ann— 27 Spring Glen Terrace, Hamden, Connecticut
Gillingham, Natalie Marie— Tilton House, Andover, Massachusetts
Gleason, Jan Arl eve— Shawnee Hills, Wheeling, West Virginia
Goehring, Jacqueline L.— Bolton Road, Harvard, Massachusetts
Golden, Lois Jane— 292 Blossom Street, Fitchburg, Massachusetts
Grant, Karen— 18 Tewksbury Street, Ballardvale, Massachusetts
Grant, Katharine Mayhugh— Blinn Lane, Middlebury, Vermont
Gray, Pauline-153 East 82nd Street, New York 28, New York
Haartz, Karla E.— 60 High Plain Road, Andover, Massachusetts
Harris, Elizabeth Ann— Pilot Rock Lane, Riverside, Connecticut
Haselton, Gloria Leslie— 82 Holt Road, Andover, Massachusetts
Hayes, Hilary— off Phillips Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Helfferich, Alice Virginia— R.F.D. #1, Amston, Connecticut
Helfferich, Honora Hope— R.F.D. #1, Amston, Connecticut
Henry, Margaret L.— c/o Mr. and Mrs. I. Graham, 799 Robinson St., Burlington,
Ontario; c/o First National City Bank of N.Y.; Juan Luna, Manila, Philippine
Hesketh, Jennifer Ann— c/o Maximoff, 2 Sherman Avenue, Summit, New Jersey
Hill, Marcia Mayo— 841 North Main Street, Rockford, Illinois
Hill, Nancy Ellen-Old Post Road, Bedford Village, New York
Hoffman, Barbara B.— 463 Hollow Tree Ridge Road, Darien, Connecticut
Holbrook, Sarah— 601 Poia Place, Sewickley, Pennsylvania
Holcombe, Carolyn— North River Road, Milford, New Hampshire
Holmes, Alice Davidson— Headquarters, Camp McCoy, Wisconsin
Hopkins, Nina— 127 South Street, Raynham Center, Massachusetts
Humstone, Carol F.— 14 Richmond Road, Douglaston 63, New York
Johnson, Mary Evelyn— c/o Dr. C. G. Johnson, Saphire Beach Club, Virgin Islands
Joline, Wendy H.-55 East 72nd Street, New York 21, New York
Jones, Kristina D.— c/o Creole Petroleum Corp., Apt. 889, Caracas, Venezuela
Kaiser, Karin R.— 980 Hale Street, Beverly Farms, Massachusetts
Kase, Mary L.— 135 South LaSalle Street, Chicago 3, Illinois
Kerr, Claudia— 44 Highland Street, New Haven, Connecticut
Ketcham, Suzanne— 1 Cherry Lane, Westfield, New Jersey
Keziah, Jane Muthoni— Abbot Academy, Andover, Massachusetts
Kimball, Cynthia Fifield— 66 Bartlet Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Kimball, Margaret R.— 66 Bartlet Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Krakauer, Kathrin Ann— 9 George Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Krause, Kathie— 8 Elliott Street, Exeter, New Hampshire
Krippendorf, Cheryl Ann— 1 Clifton Park, Marblehead, Massachusetts
Laaff, Carolyn Davis— Reservation Road, Andover, Massachusetts
Laaff, Elfriede Pittman— Reservation Road, Andover, Massachusetts
Larned, Barbara Potter— 2556 Manderville Canyon Rd., Los Angeles 49, California
Law, Ginger F.— 10 Rock Hill Lane, Scarsdale, New York
Learned, Lauchlan Morris— 296 High Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts
Lyman, Martha Currie— 59 High Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts
MacCready, Ann R.— 26 Bourne Street, Middleboro, Massachusetts
MacDougall, Anne C— 190 Middlesex Avenue, Wilmington, Massachusetts
Mallory, Susan P.— North Rock Ridge, Greenwich, Connecticut
Marshall, Elizabeth Morley— 918 West Sixth Street, Red Wing, Minnesota
Mason, Martha Lenox— 62 Hoodridge Drive, Pittsburgh 28, Pennsylvania
Matthews, Nancy C— Rosebrook Road, New Canaan, Connecticut
Meyers, Jacqueline Lee— 23 Alden Road, Andover, Massachusetts
Miller, Anita Maxwell— 46 Madison Street, Auburn, Maine
Miller, Danica— 217 Park Avenue, Meadville, Pennsylvania
Moll, Nancy Huson— R.F.D. #8, Concord, New Hampshire
Moore, Carol Ann— 11 Pine Ridge Road, Topsfield, Massachusetts
Moore, Margaret A.— P.O. Box 156, East Norwich, New York
Moriarty, Lynne E.— 22 Haverhill Street, Shawsheen, Massachusetts
Moulton, Elizabeth W— 39 Warren Street, Salem, Massachusetts
Moulton, Emily Louise— 39 Warren Street, Salem, Massachusetts
Muller, Frederica I.— P.O. Box 155, Newtown, Connecticut
na Thalang, Emvly— c/o Miss Chirapa Shaweevongs, 1801 Calvert Street, N.W.,
Washington 9, D.C.
Nickerson, Susannah— Box 96, South Orleans, Massachusetts
Niebling, Susan Hammond— 27 Elliot Street, Exeter, New Hampshire
Noyes, Mary ( Molly)— Prattling Pond Boad, Farmington, Connecticut
Osborne, Marthe— 32 Moon Hill Boad, Lexington 73, Massachusetts
Parson, Bridget L.— 104 Hidden Boad, Andover, Massachusetts
Power, Margaret— c/o Mrs. M. Waterman, 33 Washington Square West, New
York, New York
Poynter, Nancy— 68 Elm Street, Andover, Massachusetts
Proctor, Jane— Harding Boad, Clinton, New York
Proske, Bettina J.— Cove Boad, Oyster Bay, New York
Quarck, Ingrid— Walnut Avenue, North Hampton, New Hampshire
Beinhold, Katharine— Quaker Hill, Pawling, New York
Beynolds, Jane B.— 1200 Hardscrabble Boad, Chappaqua, New York
Bichardson, Linda— Hillside Boad, Greenwich, Connecticut
Bipley, Anne— Pilgrim's Inn, Stockbridge, Massachusetts
Boversi, Patricia— Highland Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts
Sample, Ann Allen— 592 North Street, Greenwich, Connecticut
Schenck, Anita M.— 47 Crane Boad, Scarsdale, New York
Schock, Margaret Eileen— 209 Washington Boulevard, Sea Girt, New Jersey
Seeche, Sharon Lee— Sutton Hill Boad, North Andover, Massachusetts
Smith, Mary Mason— 1000 Ninth Street, Fairmont, West Virginia
Stern, Chris— Hermitage Farm, Lyme, New Hampshire
Stevenson, Laurel— South Milwaukee Avenue, BB. 1, Box 29, Libertyville, Illinois
Stone, Barbara H.— 33 Lee Bun Boad, Poland 14, Ohio
Sullivan, Nanci— 91 Concord Street, Nashua, New Hampshire
Sutton, Jacquelyn L.— 2 Farmstead Lane, Farmington, Connecticut
Swanberg, Linda— Woodway Bidge Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut
Sweet, Meriby— 2 Stinson Boad, Andover, Massachusetts
Thomas, Caroline— The Brick House, Bang's Island, Newburyport, Massachusetts
Thurber, Julia— West View Farm, Charlotte, Vermont
Trafton, Susan Dain— 323 Minot Avenue, Auburn, Maine
Upton, Letitia— 500 Bidgeway Street, St. Joseph, Michigan
Vardavoulis, Iris Alexandra— 173 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts
von der Heyde, Abby C— Hawks Hill Boad, New Canaan, Connecticut
Ware, Natalie— 10 Auburn Street, Concord, New Hampshire
Ware, Patricia— 10 Auburn Street, Concord, New Hampshire
Watson, Helen Gillette— Comegys Bight Farm, ChestertoWn, Maryland
Wells, Catharine P.— c/o Mrs. John Englis, 18 Cedar Lane, Port Washington, N.Y.
Wells, Mary Dutcher— c/o Mrs. John Englis, 18 Cedar Lane, Port Washington,
Wepsala, Marilynne— 35 South Broadway, Irvington, New York
Wheeler, Dorothy— Brushy Bidge Boad, New Canaan, Connecticut
Whitehead, Gretchen— 16 Edgehill Street, Princeton, New Jersey
Wilkerson, Cathlyn— 363 Mayapple Boad, Stamford, Connecticut
Wood, Elizabeth— Lake Attitash, Amesbury, Massachusetts, Box 631, Newbury-
Wood, (Alice) Emory— Centreville, Maryland
Youngblood, Donna Susan— c/o Mrs. Geoffrey Beall, 75 Mount Vernon Street,